NBA trade rumors: Nuggets' Andre Miller may be moved, according to report

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Denver may elect to move their veteran point guard as they look toward the future with a new front office and coaching staff in tow.

Andre Miller might be looking for a new home soon after being a very important piece of the solid Denver Nuggets squad last season. Like a few other solid Nuggets contributors -- namely Masai Ujiri and George Karl -- though, Chris Tomasson reports that Miller could end up somewhere else before next season starts.

The 37-year-old Miller doesn't fit in the long-term plans of the Nuggets and could be traded this summer, according to to the report, now that his top supporter in former head coach George Karl was shown the door last month.

Miller spent last season as Ty Lawson's backup and a change-of-pace option for the high-speed Nuggets offense, averaging 9.6 points and 5.9 assists as his minutes continue to dwindle with his age.

Miller has been very solid over the course of his 14 seasons and is surprisingly durable for a point guard of his age, too, considering he's missed just six regular-season games in his NBA career.

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